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October 27, 2011


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It's too bad about Holyfield. He looked like a respectable guy, but I don't know much about his finance. I agree that spending less is more important than earning more. Anyone can be frugal if they put some effort into it, but not everyone can make millions like those athletes.

All those examples of a "modest" income are more money than I've ever made! If I made $44,000 a year, I'd be so content. I've never made even near that much.

As for the people who blow millions of's beyond mindboggling. It boggles my mind to know that most of the people here earn 6 figures a year, but when you get to the earning and spending proportions of athletes and just gets stupid-crazy.

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